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How to use polyenzyme saccharification bacteria to make fermented feed

Data: 2020-09-10


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How to use polyenzyme saccharification bacteria to make fermented feed

Active poly-enzyme saccharification bacteria is a starter for starch raw materials, chicken manure, silage and other feed raw materials, and is the result of modern biotechnology. 

After the raw materials are fermented by poly-enzyme saccharifying bacteria, beneficial microorganisms such as saccharifying bacteria, lactic acid bacteria, amino acids, aspergillus, coenzyme bacteria, acetic acid and multivitamins can be produced, which can inhibit the digestive tract diseases of livestock and poultry and significantly increase the lean meat rate of livestock and poultry; Because the feed materials undergo biochemical reactions before feeding, they can effectively decompose and convert the raw materials into glucose and various amino acids, which shortens the conversion chain of feed in the digestive tract of livestock, so that various nutrients in the feed can be absorbed and utilized effectively and quickly. Improved feed utilization rate.

The fermentation raw materials are various starch raw materials, cakes, powder residue, bran, rice bran, pomace, poultry manure, green feed, etc.

Aerobic fermentation

1. Take 0.5% of the poly-enzyme saccharification bacteria and put them in 2 kg of 100 g sugar-containing warm water at 32°C for 1 to 2 hours to form a poly-enzyme saccharification bacteria liquid that can ferment 50 kg of starch materials or chicken manure. 

2. The mixing ratio of raw materials and 0.2% brine. Under normal circumstances, 50 kg of raw materials plus 25 to 38 kg of 0.2% brine. 

3. Add the poly-enzyme saccharification bacteria liquid and the salt water to the raw materials (the raw materials are preferably mixed materials, such as 65% chicken manure, 15% bran, 10% rice bran, 10% corn flour), and combine the raw materials with the bacteria liquid The salt water is fully mixed and mixed evenly. 

It is advisable to hold the raw material to see the water in the finger joints without dripping, and it will disperse by itself when it falls. 

4. Stack the mixed raw materials loosely without stepping on the ground, and cover the pile with sack or plastic film. The fermentation temperature is controlled between 28℃~38℃, and must not exceed 39℃. 

Turn the material up and down after 20 hours of fermentation. (Up and down, down and up, side-turning, middle-turning). Aerobic fermentation takes about 40 to 44 hours to mature.

Anaerobic fermentation

The aerobic fermented mature feed is transferred to a tank, barrel, pool or double-layer plastic bag, stepped on and compacted layer by layer, and finally sealed with plastic (the periphery of fine sand is pressed) to completely isolate the air. 

After 1 week of anaerobic fermentation, the feed is golden yellow, the nose smells strong, and the mouth tastes sweet and slightly sour. At this time, it can be fed layer by layer, and the feed must be fed within 3 days each time. (It can also be fed directly, or it can be fed with mixed concentrate). 

The feed that has not been taken out can be preserved for a long time without leaking and soaking in water. Even if the feed is deteriorating, it will return to good fragrance if it is sealed again absolutely anaerobic for 15 days.

Paragon fermenter can provide the exact equipment for customers to use polyenzyme saccharification bacteria producing fermented feed, we ensure the equipment quality for customer to produce best fermented feed.